Temples, built by religious fanatics
Enveloped in beauty, for the admiration of men
And those stones that were used to build them
In the end, On each other, none shall ever fit
As the temples will be broken down to bits.
What was inscribed on two tablets of stones for humanity’s doom
Ended when the WIND rolled away the stone from the tomb.
That CORNERSTONE alone,
That holds two walls together
On the revelation of that Stone
Shall the church be built, and not on Peter.
It is to that Stone that David sings.
And that was the Stone in David’s sling.
That Stone that was rejected by men
Also rejected the stoning of an adulteress
For he who was without sin then
Was permitted to cast his stone first.
And as Stephen was stoned to death
He lifted up his eyes
And looked beyond the skies
And saw He who was lifted up from the earth.
And in the middle of that lonely desert
When the devil demanded the turning of stones into bread
He was bitterly defeated with and by the Word.
I shall forever pray this
That His praises shall remain on my lips on a daily bases.
And my worship shall continually raise Him
That He would never have to raise stones to praise Him.
But very soon, the CHIEF CORNERSTONE
Shall return in glory.
To a place where the streets are made of precious stones,
He will take with him all who carried their crosses daily.
This is what happens when you listen to too much of HILLSONG’s CORNERSTONE album. I’ve just been thinking about stones in the bible the whole day. And this is the result.